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"hindenburg" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Really okay. If if they do steal this from him, I hope he goes scorched earth in the last two months and Berries, Berries, everyone releases everything. Or any place down. I mean, okay. Yeah. I don't know if I want it. I want him for former here. Just, you know, I don't. I don't want it. If they get in at this point that it's it's over, you know, I mean, there's not gonna be another roof. Free election in our lifetimes. And who knows when the next free election will be? This is what happens when a When a dictatorship takes over. They elected Hindenburg von Hindenburg. He was kind of like the Biden of the Weimar Republic. And I think 1933 that was the last real election they had in Germany for a long A long time and there was something in between the election. It was called World War two. And I don't want to overstate the case. But Biden really is a Hindenburg like figure. And if you don't know Hindenberg was looking up tonight, The only that was Hindenburg actually did something in his life before he became a figurehead for Adolf Hitler. Hiding, on the other hand, just had his hand out. Could Hindenburg tell you where he was? And given time? I think he could go. There is a difference to the other thing is, And I want people to remember. This is that when you go on social Media and Twitter and you hear from CNN and MSNBC, they're all going to be doing their typical without evidence. Trump claims without evidence Voter fraud, There is no evidence, etcetera. But just keep this in mind. And this gives me a lot of heart, Howie. People are not listening to them anymore, because if they were listening to them in the polls that they were meant to depress people would have worked and it didn't so No one's paying attention to CNN, and it's like Corey said. Nobody cares anymore. Now it's just Trump versus them all. So block that out. That's white noise. At this point, Kimberley Strassel is looking at all these Ah, Wisconsin numbers till she's She's really good and she's really reliable. We'll take some more calls. We come back a 44 542 42. I'm Howie Carr. A boy.
Nikola Falls Amid Growing GM Deal Doubts As New Claims Hit Founder
"This time. It's General Motors, and its deal with Nikola Philibeaux all over that story, he's on the fast line right now with the details what can you tell us bill? Dahm, we have confirmed through sources that the discussions between Nikola and General Motors. They were trying to hammer out a deal by tomorrow that was the deadline that they had set for finalizing the deal when they first announced it on September eighth but obviously given everything that has happened over the last three weeks There were a number of discussions and still our discussion between General Motors. And Nikola. Our sources tell us that they will not finalize an agreement by tomorrow. However, the discussions between the two sides continue we may see a deal announced maybe two three a week from now that's still a possibility. There's also the possibility that things could fall apart but to be clear, they will not finalize a deal by tomorrow. However, the discussions continue between GM and Nikola Dom. Alright syllabus. Thank you very much. Know you'll stay on top of that story as well for our listeners on Sirius? Xm. Who didn't see those charts what we are seeing a spike in the after hours in shares of General Motors one and a half percent on roughly eighty three, thousand shares of volume. Meanwhile, you've got a drop in shares of Nikola Oh no. Now, they've reversed around Nicholas now up five percent after falling about that equal amount just. About five minutes ago about half a million shares of volume there for Nicholas. So a very volatile trade in the after hours session relatively for general, motors and Nikola. So let's talk a little bit more about this and maybe care and I'll go to you for this one here. This is a story that made a lot of waves because of the HINDENBURG research report, the short-selling side of things on nickel and trevor. Milton. It cost him his job. Is. General Motors. Still a stock that you want to invest in if they are making strategic types of investments like in Nikola. I'm long General Motors. So the answer would be yes. I, liked the Nikola deal for them before of the HINDENBURG. came out of but I think that. Negotiated a final deal yet I think GM hold every single card here. So we may see a very different deal a deal that's even better for GM than the one that they originally announced clearly. Nikola. Is You know still even if they do it, it's a bit of a black guy for GM and that due diligence couldn't possibly have been. Have unearthed everything in the HINDENBURG report, but I think it's an interesting Jill for GM. They can get a better deal than they cut originally and so I think. Let's see how it plays out. It'll be. Either really good for them or the walk away with a little bit of an embarrassment but having put no money up at all I think they'll just have to go on and look for the next product that hopefully will reinvest will invigorate e-business.
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Founder of GM electric truck partner quits amid allegations
"Truck startup that's partnering with General Motors has resigned amid accusations of making false representation is about the company's technology. Shares in Arizona based Nikola lost over 19% of their value and trading Monday. While GM was off. Nearly 5% of the company said late Sunday that the founder and executive chair Trevor Milton was stepping aside. Investment fund. Hindenburg Research has accused the company of making false representation Sze about it's a vehicle and technology, and Nikola rejects that and has hired an attorney for potential legal action.
Nikola Founder Resigns as Executive Chairman Amid Fraud Allegations
"Stock is shorting out after founder Trevor Milton step down his executive chairman for the company, which has been under fire from a noted Wall Street short seller for allegedly being a fraud. Milton says in the resignation from the board that he doesn't want Nikolay to be distracted by him as he fights what he calls her false allegations leveled by outside detractors. Hindenburg Research accuses Milton of making false claims in the electric vehicle makers technology. Days before the accusations came out. GM sank a big investment in you, Nikola as a manufacturing partner, sending Nicholas shares soaring higher, but it's been downhill since then, and shares the Nikola today were pummeled falling. 19% and GM felt some of that pain with its stock down about 5% on the money
Nikola Founder Quits
"Shares of Nikola started the day falling nearly thirty percent. It is bounced back up from that last I checked it was only down around fifteen sixteen percent. And this is because Trevor Milton the founder of the electric truckmaker is stepping down as chairman of the board. This is effective immediately, and it comes in the wake of investigations started by both the SEC and the justice. Department on the potential that Nikola has misled investors. For those. You know was at Hindenburg research is that the outfit that came out with a short report about ten days ago? A. Certain. That they believe that this is a where there's smoke there's fire. Situation. But. I don't know this guy. This seems like one of those sudden. Effective immediately departures that doesn't happen if everything is going great at the company. Yeah I would say this is one of the more impactful short reports that I. can recall given the speed with which have been happening both You know when a fairly thorough Report comes out from some of the names that we know in in that space that can be twenty thirty percent on a stock, and that was the case with. but then to. Drive out. Let's for the moment. Give it to the short report for today's News I'm sure that that is not Company is spinning but I'm GonNa go ahead and do it for the moment and say that a speed with which we've seen reaction to a short report that I can't recall and for a company that was in the news on its. Seeming merits for an improved situation having just locked up a deal with the GM selling eleven percent of itself to GM. For some in kind services of this says been a reversal of fortune for Nikola and its shareholders that is if not unique, you know on a shortlist. Yeah, and to your point, just to give a little bit more detail. Hindenburg research came out September tenth with a report entitled Nikola how to Parlay an ocean of lies into a partnership with the largest auto em in America.
Nikola Founder Resigns as Executive Chairman Amid Fraud Allegations
"Nikola is one of those electric vehicles startups we discussed recently on a weekend bonus episode it's an electric vehicle startup not named. Tesla remember and Nikola is one of those startups that's also focusing more on trucks. Yeah well, the founder of Nikola Trevor Milton has abruptly resigned as executive chairman of Nikola amid what the Wall Street? Journal. Is Calling fraud allegations quote Nikola, which went public in June through a reverse merger has come under scrutiny. Since Short Seller Hindenburg research released a report earlier this month accusing the company and Mr Milton of making exaggerated claims about the readiness of Nicholas Technology, and how much of it is proprietary doubts about the company's readiness to produce vehicles and questions about its claim to own proprietary technology have prompted US securities regulators and the Justice Department to investigate whether Nikola misled investors. The Wall. Street Journal reported earlier this month citing people familiar with the matter Nikola has called the. report false Mr Milton said in a company statement that he had asked the board to step down. So the focus was on the business not him. He added in a separate statement posted on his twitter account. Early Monday that he intended to defend himself against quote, false allegations levelled against me by outside detractors and quote Mr Milton thirty nine years old founded Nikola twenty. Fifteen and owns nearly one quarter of the Phoenix based companies shares according to fact set he served as chief executive until the company went public at which point he became executive chairman and Mark Russell was appointed as CEO investors have seen Mr Russell as a calming influence over the bullion behavior. Mr. Milton who has frequently vented frustrations and shared ideas via twitter and quote. More. Details I learned about Nikola today while researching this segment GM recently said it would take an eleven percent stake in Nikola in exchange for helping to engineer and build an electric pickup truck called the Badger and Nicholas Stock was down twenty one percent in this morning's trading that nonetheless still gives it a thirteen billion dollar market cap. This just popped up on tech crunch quote news is breaking that Trevor Milton Nikola Co founder, and former executive chairman was arrested by the DOJ FBI at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix Arizona. This morning this is so far unconfirmed and quote.
US justice department inquires into Nikola fraud claims
"They are under pressure because it appears there are now two agencies that are investigating Nikola this afternoon to reports one from Dow Jones one from the F. T. saying that the Department of Justice specifically, the US Attorney's Office for the southern. District of New York has made inquiries to Nikola regarding the fraud claims. By the way we have reached out Nikola. No comment at all. We've been unable to hear anything back from the company regarding this report of the DOJ investigating company remember yesterday the report came out that the S. E. C. is also looking into these fraud claims surrounding Nikola Nikola for its part says look we. Reached out proactively last Friday to the SEC and we said look we want you to look into these claims that were made. By Hindenburg, research those claims about forty three of them essentially saying that this is an intricate fraud that Nikola is perpetrating here and that basically investors are on the hook again, what you heard from Nikola not only on Friday, but also on Monday was a refuting of those claims from Hindenburg but today Enberg double down issuing another report basically saying we view Nicholas response as a tacit admission of securities fraud that tacit admission is because one of the claims from Hindenburg research was that a semi truck. That was filmed by Nikola back in two thousand seventeen was not actually propelling itself. It was being rolled down a hill. It was in motion. It was not an actual driving vehicle showing your General Motors because General Motors has said look we did appropriate diligence when it comes to looking into Nikola before striking the deal where General Motors takes an eleven percent stake. Nikola will have its badger electric pickup truck built by General Motors That's the latest in terms of what we have at this point Melissa. But what's interesting here is we have heard nothing nothing at all from the chairman of Nikola Trevor Milton and these two investigations you have to wonder if this takes away the real oxygen that has pushed this stock higher over the last month and that's Trevor Milton on social media
SEC to examine Nikola over short seller's fraud allegations
"We start with some breaking news on Nikola shares they are down in the after hours that follows a big update Bloomberg reporting that the Securities and Exchange Commission will examine Nikola over the short showing fraud allegations stock down seven and a half percent right now guide Your response to that news. Again it probably Brian. Thanks for being here. Again, I can't speak, and I said this last week try to be a little clearer. Now, I can't obviously speak to the veracity of the short soul report accusations of fraud I have no idea what I did say last week, and what I'll stand behind is despite how the GM investment is structured whether they are actually investing money for the deal is structured fact that GM is somehow it linked. Their wagon to Nikola and if these accusations proved to be correct I, think the really deleterious thing could happen in shares of GM based solely on that not because it's just two billion dollars but the in my opinion, the potential for an exponential move based on that and based on the fact that maybe GM potentially didn't do the homework that are the people did that would be my primary concern right now as I look at this entire situation. and Tim to be clear on the story and I know we're GONNA. We're trying to fill up here. Any moment is that you don't Trevor Milton said the other day we're going to basically work with the SEC I wanna be clear according to the Bloomberg report. That's not what this is. This appears that the SEC is now poking into Nikola baby on not on the side of the short seller. But certainly from that angle, this is not some cozy deal between the two going after Hindenburg. No I think ultimately, the the SEC is going to do what they feel is just based upon both again allegations of fraud and actual fraud and investigating what was represented to investors I mean there's there's whether the technology is what it is and guys brought up some important elements of this that I don't I don't think we can know based upon even even if we read that entire report again, this needs to be validated or invalidated. The fact that the company has come out today and said, well, you know we said that it was. That the company was was was was excuse me that the truck was moving as opposed to it was actually individually propelled by our own engine etc I mean you know there's some some really frankly. that. BET semantic hair that's trying to be split here I think is is crazy I mean that doesn't sound good that certainly doesn't sound like something you'd rest. Well, we weren't really you know indicating that we were. We were on our own individual propulsion. So I think you know that doesn't read well. I to me GM the the issue was did this validate some of their fuel cell technology and some of their overall engineering prowess and did the deal makes some sense when you consider that unlike others Nikola was going with an asset light strategy and seeking to at least tap into engineering and we? Capacity that all makes sense. The fact that Jim got this for free was going to be paid seven hundred million dollars for access to some of their technology. I don't think this is necessarily harmful to GM. If this all turn to be a disaster for Nikola I think the fact of the matter is GM is pointing out that they have been in this space for a long time and I, think there's a lot there. Well it Dan Listen. That's the Tim. Actually hit on the one thing in the rebuttal that stuck out to me as well which is yeah. The truck may not have run on its own, but all the parts Kinda worked on their own but together didn't really matter because we're going to pivot to something else. Anyway there's a lot of pivoting going on Nikola and I wonder if investors should just pivot away from the stock because they don't know how this is going to end up. Well I think that's the main point. We just don't know we talked about this on Thursday. The stock was trading about thirty, eight hundred already had a big down day on the day before after that report came out my comment was okay. Well, there was two opportunities, the vet this story and I was a bit Glib about and so I said, you know there probably isn't fraud here. I had a very prominent short seller hit me after the fact on tax and say be careful here this is well documented and devastating I spent some time reading it the rebuttal there was really nothing there from Mykola and I think that's a pretty interesting. Story I'll just make one point and one of the reasons why I made that comment on Thursday I've been in this business for twenty five years. You know if you WANNA create some sort of scheme to rip people off of lots of money doing it in the public eye in front of know financial TV investors who are very well incentivized a sniff it out, and then no shortage of regulatory bodies. It's just not the best place to do it. So that's my first reaction often but who knows here, this seems like a really creepy situation and you know when you don't understand something you just avoid. Yeah, I think that's well setting care and I want to reiterate the news in case audience is just joining us here that the according to Bloomberg is now going to investigate at least sort of at a top level. The allegations of fraud against Nikola made by the short seller doesn't mean they're going to find anything and if they find anything, it may not. Be Serious and it could have some sort of an easy resolution as well. Just because the SEC goes poking around companies doesn't mean there's a negative outcome and I think that's very important to be said but on forget Nikola Karen is there any reason ever invest in the stock of a company where the even sniffing around? Maybe it does create some weird opportunity. Well I guess I point to Tesla the SEC. Sniffing around when they the statements about you know financing secured when when musk wanted to take private for four hundred and twenty dollars a share I guess that would have been one scenario but I agree with the guys on the panel that this particularly this issue of it was whether it was self propelled. We never said it was certainly one could reasonably assume that investors looking at that would think. That trump is going on its own. It just makes you think. All right. What else are they do? They have out there in the market that you know what are they sort of presenting that might not be actually as it appears this is a black eye for GM I'm GonNa Guess that maybe this deal falls apart I think GM I think is one of the guys said they didn't actually up any money it was the putting resources into advancing their. Ev Platform. But this this is a black guy for them. It's bad for them and I'm going to guess that this deal falls apart. We'll very quickly Karen and want to come back to number one on the propulsion sort of issue. Well, let's not forget the Financial Times. Did it's reporting a few days ago that they said they talked to a cameraman who said trump just basically rolled down the hill I think probably all of us that our worst moments of roll down a few hills once in a while after you too many. Let's move aside for that Karen. You think that if this comes out as a worst case scenario could GM's CEO Mary Barra lose her job. That I don't know I, mean imagine it. I. Would think the board probably not delighted by this It it it kind of I mean, maybe they did do their due diligence. Maybe they did know all of the points that were in that extensive short report, which I only read a little bit of to be to be fair did not read the entire thing and that they went through every single thing seemed okay. That's a bit of a stretch for me to believe. So I think the stock had rallied on that on the deal so it would be reasonable to You know I'm going to sell some stock I think. This is a black guy for them and for her and I think she's fantastic but. she is. Go out on religion meeting her and interviewing her and Mary Barra is is a class act all around guy but GM shares are moving on this news not a lot but they are down about one and a half percent and listen Y- again, and there's a lot of if and maybe you don't want to go too much down that rabbit hole you. So adroitly said very much of the top there but it is a difficult situation for GM and its investors when literally a couple of working days after you announce a big deal, basically one full week, you got the SEC poking around the company that you just kind of. GOT INTO THE BOARDROOM WITH Yeah I mean it's concerning again we I and we're all trying to be really careful here because obviously you know none of us know where the trews are and where they're not. But again, I want to emphasize if there's any truth whatsoever. In. Knows Ninety pages of that short sell report I think it's really believe it or not I think it's more of a negative for GM potentially that it is for nickel I know that sounds ridiculous but people will say how could you possibly got into whatever agreement it is whether it's a Deal whether it's just a collaboration thing whatever it is how do you partner up with a potentially something that isn't what they said it is to me that's a really scary notion and I think that's sort of the tail risk that GM is facing right now and obviously you know we're not wishing for this. I think we're just trying to point out what could happen and that sort of our jobs here.
Nikola Denies Short Seller's Fraud Allegations
"There's a nasty back and forth, taking place in public between a Wall Street short seller and an electric vehicle. Upstart. Nikola quickly responded to accusations from Hindenburg research. At the Phoenix, Arizona based startup is a fraud by saying in a statement that it was a hit job for a short sale profit driven by greed. Nikola goes on to say that it has nothing to hide and will refute the allegations and the firmest retained lawyers to look into potential legal recourse. Hindenburg accused Nikola founder and Sherman Trevor Milton. Of making false claims about the company's technology. Just days after Nikolas signed a partnership agreement with GM, in which Nikola will use G. M's battery technology for TV's Nikolas stock jumped on that news, but it's been hammered. Unhindered. Berg's allegations again today with Nikolas shares down by 15%
Nikola Denies Short Seller's Fraud Allegations
"And forth taking place in public between a Wall Street short seller, an electric vehicle. Upstart Nikola quickly responded to accusations from Hindenburg research. At the Phoenix, Arizona based startup is a fraud by saying in a statement that it was a hit job for a short sale profit driven by greed. Nikola goes on to say that it's got nothing to hide and will refute the allegations. And the firm has retained lawyers to look into potential legal recourse. Hindenburg accused Nikola founder and chairman Trevor Milton of making false claims about the company's technology just days after Nicolas signed a partnership agreement with GM. In which Nikola will use G. M's battery technology for TVs. Nikolas stock jumped on that news, but it's been hammered on Hindenburg allegations down another 8% this morning on the money Watch
A strange Blue Flame
"Welcome to catch myths and mystery signer host kid chrome today a little insight into a different kind of fire at the heart of many seafaring stories going back hundreds of years detail of a blue fire coming up from top of a master crackling along the railing along the gunwales. Some sailors described how they had watched a blue crackling light move along the top of the water climb up the side of this ship wind around the mass where would vanish into thin air. Today we would refer to a sailor's description of a blue light moving around their ship, a saint elmo's fire. This is a weather phenomenon where a sharp or pointed object is passing through a strong electric field in atmosphere not dangerous if it can be an indicator of a charge difference around you making lightning more likely to strike you despite your location in eighteen ninety. Nine Colorado Springs and experiment by Nikola Tesla that utilized undoubted waves caused horses at the livery stable because suddenly Bolton kick free of their stalls, even the insects felt the effects of the electrical barrage butterflies became electrified helplessly swirling circles, their wings, sprouting Blue Halos of saint almost fire during World War One Germany had dozens of rigid airships called Zeppelin's they could travel eighty five miles an hour and carry up to two tons of bombs by the Nineteen Thirties Dr Louvred cder who overseeing the design of this upland step aside to allow the head of the company Hugo. To design the huge Hindenburg class airships in all tour bill designated L Z one, twenty, nine. The HINDENBURG was one hundred, three feet long with a diameter of one hundred, thirty, five feet is gas capacity was just south of seven million cubic feet I I flew in March nineteen thirty six American Airlines contracting with the operators of the Hindenburg shuttled passengers from Lakehurst Newark. Connections to airplane flights she carried thirty six passengers with a crew sixty, one and two thousand, nine, hundred trainees. The airship was hours behind schedule WANNA passed over Boston due to these headwinds landing at Lakehurst was further delayed by foul weather that included thunderstorms the captain opted to pass over. Manhattan. At six, fifty, five PM, the storm had passed and the captain directed the Hindenburg in the direction of it's more at Lakers were the ground crew waited. At seven PM local time the Hindenburg made his final approach from an altitude of six, hundred, fifty feet. The ship would drop rope in cable and be winched tied to more in tower. It began to rain the ground crew grabbed the mooring lines at seven twenty, five a number of individuals on the ground witnessed what they later would state look like a blue. Flame climb up the back of the HINDENBURG seconds later it burst into Flame Werner France was a fourteen year old cabin boy who is dazed by the fire. But when one of the ship's water bladders burst, he was drenched and managed to get out of a hatch used to load food into the kitchen once on the ground, he ran from the burning inferno. The only survivor to escape without any injuries he was also the last surviving crew member and died at the age of ninety two in August two, thousand, fourteen, another survivor was Joseph Spa. ADVIL COMIC ACROBAT. When he saw the first sign of trouble, he smashed the window with this movie camera which had been filming the landing. The film did the disaster by the way that's ship near the ground. He lowered himself out the window on hung onto window ledge letting go when the ship was perhaps twenty feet above the ground his acrobatic instincts kicked in and spa kept his feet under him attempted to do a safety role. When he landed, he injured his ankle nonetheless days Woodley crawling away on a member of the ground crew came up, swung the diminutive SPA under one arm and ran him clear that fire days lady during an interview and investigation was determined that sabotage was. The, cost of the flames but Saint Elmo's fire and that had caused the initial spark that caught the gas on fire. A different
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"hindenburg" Discussed on 1,000 Podcasters
"This is a an answer to a question that came to me a day or two ago from another Hindenburg user. And I'M GONNA share with you. What was going on why I think it happens and what I do to fix this so that you can do that kind of thing as well? If you'd like to watch this kind of thing definitely recommend the video if you prefer to listen you can learn that way just find. There's really nothing that you have to actually see 'cause I can explain all of it but if you like to watch that's absolutely fine. I totally understand that. So here's the deal new Hindenburg user. Who was a an established audio editor? She he's worked with a number of other tools and he noticed when he exported his file. It took a lot longer than he expected. I think it was an hour and eighteen minutes to render the file which is pretty long time. I totally understand why why he was frustrated and why he had some questions so I totally totally get that. And I'll explain to you. Why this happens Hindenburg? Just like any other audio software can export a file. That does the mix down sends all that stuff out and it renders. unders that file which is absolutely what you'd expect but the cool thing about Hindenburg is that it can also mix that filed down to a specific loudness so if you think about a podcast. You're listening in the car. You want it to be at a certain loudness level and the Audio Engineering Society has set that target based on what they call. LUFF's I'm not going to get into technicals of that but you can automatically set your file to match a loudness target for broadcast TV broadcast radio. You can set it for podcast and you can set it for for a number of different targets and Hindenburg will automatically matt mix it down and set it to match that loudness target which means applying compression and limiting and doing all kinds of stuff behind the scenes. So that you get exactly what you want when you publish your file. Great thing but the way Hindenburg does that makes total sense. They sort of rendered file in memory. If you will and I don't know all of the technicals behind this so if I'm if I'm not technically correct on this I'm explaining how I see it happen but the reality is it's going to mix mix down. The file wants to understand what the peaks and the valleys are with. The loudness is as the file was saved. So after you've applied all the facts after you've you've done all of your mixing everything in you've done all that stuff it's GonNa mix that down and figure out what the loudness is and what it needs to do to make that file match the loudness target that you've you've told it to do. And then when when it's figured that out is going to mix down the whole file again and apply the additional effects to make it match the target loudness so in this particular case if it took an hour for that file to rent or took an hour and eighteen minutes for that file to render it's reasonable symbol to assume that roughly fifty percent of the time was spent mixing it down the first time and then fifty percent of the time spent mixing it down again to match loudness target to export it and publish it or ply three tags or convert the file all of the things that go into that taking the the raw audio making it down and converting it to an MP three or whatever final format right. You're working in. So that's what's going on is it's basically mixing the file down twice once to understand it and wants to make it match the loudness target and so for longer file that can take a while as an example right now I have opened in front of me a the the upcoming episode of my show the engaging missions show and I've done all the edits and I'm getting ready to mix it down. Here's the work around because I found a way to save at least fifty percent of the time that's involved in this. I'm going to miss this file down to a stereo file or a wave file and I'm going to tell the software not to match a loudness target when it does that so when a mix that down my guess is it's GonNa take probably about ten to fifteen minutes for this filed and makes down. I don't do that offline and we'll come back to it and then when I'm done mixing it down I'm going to bring that file back in and I'm a solo out the new tracks so that I'm only listening to that one gonNA use that to do my final expert to loudness so that's going to be the process. It's actually fairly straightforward. But here's what I'm going to do. The first thing I'm GonNa do is mixed this file down without matching loudness targets and in my case. I'm an export. I need to if you're watching on the screen. I'm going to choose where I want it to go so I'm going to drop but in a folder and the tell it to mix it down as a stereo wave an GONNA turn off my loudest matching so that there's no normalization and I'm GonNa hit save and it's going to render. That file is probably GONNA take think about ten or fifteen minutes. I'm going to pause and then we'll come back after. That's done and see what I do next all right. You're back and as you can see by the display. I did slightly miscalculate how long it would take took nineteen minutes and fifty five seconds to do the mix down to be fair. I did have some video editing going on in the background so I wasn't exactly being nice to my computer but if you think about it nearly twenty minutes for just the mix down a lot of effects applied complex stuff so I get why it took along. But if I'd done this the traditional way were mix it down and then it makes it down again. This would've taken forty minutes. Roughly Two K.. So we're nineteen minutes and and fifty five seconds right now. I'M GONNA go ahead and close his dialog box and find my way back to the beginning of the file S- actually kind of along file and and then I'm GonNa go find the file that I just created the one that I just exported and unfortunately I moved around so let me go find that again. So here's my mic down. Grab that file and just drop it into my production. Make sure that everything looks relatively good so everything looks clean. I've got a break here. That's on purpose to don't worry about that. A minute solo this track so that I only have that track and then I have a master track enabled with some effects on the master track. Go ahead and turn all those effects off. These four effects are actually really processor intensive. So that's why it takes part of why it takes so long so I've got that file I dropped it in. I sold all of it and I turned off the effects on the master. Track all of these other tracks that are enabled are going to be processed again. Because I've sold so that it's only processing this then. I'm going to go to export that file again and this time I'm going to make it an MP three file and I've got a preset for exactly how I want to go and then I just need to choose the destination if you're watching a long. I'm just dropping it into a destination so I've selected the file format that I want that I'm GonNa hit save and you'll see that this render is GonNa take significantly less time than it took me to render the original. It'll probably take about a minute or so what it's doing right now is is analyzing the file just like we talked about when the when the line gets about to the fifty percent. Mark that it's going to start writing the file and I'M GONNA go ahead hadn't positive video here and we'll come back to it all.
Do this to save half of your export time in Hindenburg
"This is a an answer to a question that came to me a day or two ago from another Hindenburg user. And I'M GONNA share with you. What was going on why I think it happens and what I do to fix this so that you can do that kind of thing as well? If you'd like to watch this kind of thing definitely recommend the video if you prefer to listen you can learn that way just find. There's really nothing that you have to actually see 'cause I can explain all of it but if you like to watch that's absolutely fine. I totally understand that. So here's the deal new Hindenburg user. Who was a an established audio editor? She he's worked with a number of other tools and he noticed when he exported his file. It took a lot longer than he expected. I think it was an hour and eighteen minutes to render the file which is pretty long time. I totally understand why why he was frustrated and why he had some questions so I totally totally get that. And I'll explain to you. Why this happens Hindenburg? Just like any other audio software can export a file. That does the mix down sends all that stuff out and it renders. unders that file which is absolutely what you'd expect but the cool thing about Hindenburg is that it can also mix that filed down to a specific loudness so if you think about a podcast. You're listening in the car. You want it to be at a certain loudness level and the Audio Engineering Society has set that target based on what they call. LUFF's I'm not going to get into technicals of that but you can automatically set your file to match a loudness target for broadcast TV broadcast radio. You can set it for podcast and you can set it for for a number of different targets and Hindenburg will automatically matt mix it down and set it to match that loudness target which means applying compression and limiting and doing all kinds of stuff behind the scenes. So that you get exactly what you want when you publish your file. Great thing but the way Hindenburg does that makes total sense. They sort of rendered file in memory. If you will and I don't know all of the technicals behind this so if I'm if I'm not technically correct on this I'm explaining how I see it happen but the reality is it's going to mix mix down. The file wants to understand what the peaks and the valleys are with. The loudness is as the file was saved. So after you've applied all the facts after you've you've done all of your mixing everything in you've done all that stuff it's GonNa mix that down and figure out what the loudness is and what it needs to do to make that file match the loudness target that you've you've told it to do. And then when when it's figured that out is going to mix down the whole file again and apply the additional effects to make it match the target loudness so in this particular case if it took an hour for that file to rent or took an hour and eighteen minutes for that file to render it's reasonable symbol to assume that roughly fifty percent of the time was spent mixing it down the first time and then fifty percent of the time spent mixing it down again to match loudness target to export it and publish it or ply three tags or convert the file all of the things that go into that taking the the raw audio making it down and converting it to an MP three or whatever final format right. You're working in. So that's what's going on is it's basically mixing the file down twice once to understand it and wants to make it match the loudness target and so for longer file that can take a while as an example right now I have opened in front of me a the the upcoming episode of my show the engaging missions show and I've done all the edits and I'm getting ready to mix it down. Here's the work around because I found a way to save at least fifty percent of the time that's involved in this. I'm going to miss this file down to a stereo file or a wave file and I'm going to tell the software not to match a loudness target when it does that so when a mix that down my guess is it's GonNa take probably about ten to fifteen minutes for this filed and makes down. I don't do that offline and we'll come back to it and then when I'm done mixing it down I'm going to bring that file back in and I'm a solo out the new tracks so that I'm only listening to that one gonNA use that to do my final expert to loudness so that's going to be the process. It's actually fairly straightforward. But here's what I'm going to do. The first thing I'm GonNa do is mixed this file down without matching loudness targets and in my case. I'm an export. I need to if you're watching on the screen. I'm going to choose where I want it to go so I'm going to drop but in a folder and the tell it to mix it down as a stereo wave an GONNA turn off my loudest matching so that there's no normalization and I'm GonNa hit save and it's going to render. That file is probably GONNA take think about ten or fifteen minutes. I'm going to pause and then we'll come back after. That's done and see what I do next all right. You're back and as you can see by the display. I did slightly miscalculate how long it would take took nineteen minutes and fifty five seconds to do the mix down to be fair. I did have some video editing going on in the background so I wasn't exactly being nice to my computer but if you think about it nearly twenty minutes for just the mix down a lot of effects applied complex stuff so I get why it took along. But if I'd done this the traditional way were mix it down and then it makes it down again. This would've taken forty minutes. Roughly Two K.. So we're nineteen minutes and and fifty five seconds right now. I'M GONNA go ahead and close his dialog box and find my way back to the beginning of the file S- actually kind of along file and and then I'm GonNa go find the file that I just created the one that I just exported and unfortunately I moved around so let me go find that again. So here's my mic down. Grab that file and just drop it into my production. Make sure that everything looks relatively good so everything looks clean. I've got a break here. That's on purpose to don't worry about that. A minute solo this track so that I only have that track and then I have a master track enabled with some effects on the master track. Go ahead and turn all those effects off. These four effects are actually really processor intensive. So that's why it takes part of why it takes so long so I've got that file I dropped it in. I sold all of it and I turned off the effects on the master. Track all of these other tracks that are enabled are going to be processed again. Because I've sold so that it's only processing this then. I'm going to go to export that file again and this time I'm going to make it an MP three file and I've got a preset for exactly how I want to go and then I just need to choose the destination if you're watching a long. I'm just dropping it into a destination so I've selected the file format that I want that I'm GonNa hit save and you'll see that this render is GonNa take significantly less time than it took me to render the original. It'll probably take about a minute or so what it's doing right now is is analyzing the file just like we talked about when the when the line gets about to the fifty percent. Mark that it's going to start writing the file and I'M GONNA go ahead hadn't positive video here and we'll come back to it all right we're back and the final mix down is done in this case it took three minutes and four seconds so all told call it twenty three minutes for the entire mix down whereas doing it the traditional way would have taken forty minutes or longer and the real power in this begins to come. I'm when you're exporting multiple files to different locations so in Hindenburg you can publish to more the same file to more than one destination. So my case I work in Lipson Jason primarily so I can publish a file Libson and I can also drop a file to Google drive or whatever backup system I have so I have another copy of that and then that can all happen automatically automatically but if I were to mix this entire twenty minute mix down and publish it to to different destinations. That would be twenty minutes for the original mix down plus twenty minutes to publish it to Lipson plus twenty minutes to publish to a backup folder. If you will sixty minutes for this file whereas is doing it this way would take twenty three to twenty five minutes still a little bit longer than it would've liked again. I was a little bit hard on my computer by editing video while I was exporting the audio but this can save significant amounts of time and it's really pretty simple just export the file to a temporary file if you will non normalized or non leveled to a location then bring that file back in Solo. So that's the only thing that you've got going on with no effects going on in a master track if you have a master astor track and then use that for your final export and publish. That will save you a good bit of time. When you're publishing files HINDENBURG? especially if you use a lot of effects or if there's there's a lot of complexity going on that's GonNa take a long time to
What kind of computer should I get for podcasting?
"I'm interested in finding a windows. Laptop that can be used for recording editing researching my podcast. The idea of more freedom is appealing and I feel extra beneficial as well. I'm concerned about purchasing a laptop that would not fully meet all of my audio needs or expectations. I realized that memory and Ram is important as well as speed and storage. There are so many. Different options have have researched online about laptops and podcasting but I still feel uncertain. Do you have any suggestions or at the very least are there certain specs that are absolutely needed for high. Hi Quality results. I'm willing to pay for a high end unit but also seek a fair and good value. A laptop doesn't need to make a laptop that doesn't make a lot of noise is also important and he suggestions are appreciated. So that was the question. I wasn't able to answer every single one of his questions. For example I'm not a whole lot of help when it comes to finding a windows laptop. That doesn't make a lot of fan noise but let's go back to some of those fundamentals because you want something that at bare minimum will give him what he's needing and hopefully a lot more. So let's talk about minimum specs. What should you look for when you're talking about the minimum specs for a new computer whether it's a laptop or a desktop or if you're editing on an IOS device what kind of specs should you look for? Well the starting point for all of that is to consider what software you're using or that you might use for example. I use HINDENBURG journalist pro which is a pretty light program by itself however I used some plug ins by Isaac Tope by waves and by FAB filter that can be a little bit processor intensive. So if you're using different pieces of software consider all of those different pieces of software. Maybe go to those vendor websites and look for what what the specs are that they would recommend as the minimum and then consider that to be your minimum. There's one other thing that I considered to be a bare minimum. That they might not what and that's to have a solid state driver an SSD for my purposes. I consider a solid state drive to be bare minimum regardless of the processor processor speed or the amount of memory or the size of the hard drive or any of that stuff. I'm looking for a solid state drive because in my experience and with the people that I've talked with it working at other places regardless of the platform oftentimes having a solid state. Drive is the single most effective upgrade that you can make or design decision Asian that you can choose so I recommend those two things. What the specs say on the website for the software and plug INS that you plan to use as well as a solid state drive beyond that if you WANNA look for getting more than just the bare minimum you know trying to get a machine that will do what you want? I always shoot for as close as I can to what people might call overkill this is my preference now. I don't have a ten thousand dollar cheese greater in fact my computer's a little bit old but when when I considered the computer I was getting I consider the things in this order and I looked at things that other people might consider overkill because podcasting it takes Salata processor especially when you start doing things like video or start using intensive plug ins so this is the way I invest. The first thing I look for is how much Ram Ram can I get on that computer and there might be some small benefits with the type of Ram the speed of the rams some of those things but the first question I look for is how much random mm-hmm access memory can I get on the computer. And that's why start putting my money and once I've got that motherboard maxed out. I can't get any more on the machine that I'm looking for looking at then I say okay okay. What are my options for? CPU speed for me. I think I'm running a a four core right now. I'd really love to have an eight core twelve core. But I couldn't couldn't afford it but I looked for what was the best base- speed that I could find. And then the best turbo speed or whatever they call it now used to be turbo. I don't know what they call it now. But the the best speed bead that I could get sort of a steady state as well as beyond that and then also did a little bit of looking because I I do know a little bit about processors and as it relates especially to windows machines at the time I was looking for one at work working with the guys in. It I was. I did some research and I found out that at that time the I nine processors officers which were the the the bee's knees basically weren't really much of an upgrade over the I seven because they didn't hold their Max speed for very long so those are things I look for is okay says it can run this fast but long run that fast. So that's a little bit of research that you can do. Once I've maxed out the Ram I can get in the I can get then I'd just look for the the most hard drive space I can afford and the reason I put that last is because once you've got to a bare minimum you can support the operating system and the software that you WANNA WANNA use additional hard drive. Space is nice to have but can be added externally so I do have a solid state drive. That is an external drive because when I bought computer I got. I maxed out the Ram. I could get an I maxed out the CPU. I could get but the money I had left. I really couldn't get a sufficiently large hard-drive drive so I operated with that for a while until I had the money to get an external drive which is exactly what I did and so I just keep my project files over there. Keep my programs on the computer. It's not quite as fast but it works for what I do. And it's almost unnoticeable so the other thing I would mention about this is if you're looking at this and I I would recommend that you start it. You start at the minimum understand what that is and then go. Okay if I could shoot for the moon. What kind of machine would I get? And then you're gonna find something between those that's going to work for you and if you've got something that you think this would really meet my needs but it's a little bit out of your budget. Remember that when these kinds of things seem a little bit out of reach sometimes if we're diligent if we're we're focused if we're careful with our money we can find sales or we can purchase something that's already been used at a really good quality and get more than we might be able to buy if we bought anew and that is exactly what I did the machine that I'm running right now I bought on Ebay after I did all the research on the specs and I decided that other than the hard drive space. This was the best machine for me and I would recommend that you do
What I achieved through podcasting in 2019
"I've been thinking about the end of the year. I've had some thoughts but it really kind of came together today when I was on a consultation call earlier and I mean really really early I was on a consultation call with another podcast. He was wanting to make sure that he was using Hindenburg. And some of the plug ins that he had as best he could. He had some isotope. Oh products waves plug in the stuff. That comes standard on your apple computer. We were talking about all of that stuff and it was. It was a real delight to talk with him about what he's doing about about the work there that he's got and then I had a few and I do mean just a few tips and suggestions but it's just so much fun to see a podcast or doing well and I really really liked to do more of that. which got me thinking about this past year and then what? I'd like to see in the year to come to dominate share. Some of the things that I've been able to did you over the past year or so and then a couple of tweaks that I'd like to make for next year and I also have a question for you. I'd like your feedback on because it involves this specific acidic show so as I entered twenty twenty. I had some goals for myself and for what I'm doing with my show as well as for building a business business that sustains itself and provides income for my family it's not replacing my day job but it does provide income and so I really kind of focused first on building a stronger foundation in particular. I was focused on editing and over the past year including my show and some other shows I've been able to to be involved in the production of over two hundred sixty two episodes. That's the engaging missions show this show one thousand podcasters now coming in at episode ninety one. Then I've ended a couple of shows my friend Scott McClellan. I've got a few shows that I can't talk about that are over a hundred episodes just between those and then a new lunch that I was able to do a couple of episodes four and I think I've got a couple more coming but in total. That's two hundred sixty two episodes that I've been able to edit. I've also been. I was able to take a sponsor for the engaging missions show a couple of different sponsors covering a total of six months. I was able to work on an audio book for my friend Michael and then it was also able able to consult with at my current. Count eight different podcasters directly in some fashion whether we were helping them get started or helping with fixing audio problems. That kind of thing. Eight consultations also guest on three different shows. The podcast engineering show just podcasting and start to finish podcasting all all told not counting facebook and one off chats and things like that I was able to help eighteen different podcasters whether it was by editing. A show or a consultation Asian or any number of other things. And that's what I enjoy doing is knowing that what I'm doing is helping other podcasters get going and keep going whether it's something that I'm doing directly or something that I'm helping by helping provide some guidance or something like that however there were also some things that I didn't get to that I thought were maybe high leverage things I said I just I just couldn't get to our just didn't whether it was fear that held me back or lack of time management or whatever. There are some things that didn't get to. And if you're like me there's probably some stuff you you didn't get to as well. I was wanting to get a hindenburg starter. Course going and I didn't get that done was also wanting to be involved in more podcast launches and I wasn't able to do that and then also. I wanted to add another editing style to the editing packages that I
CATS Movie Review
"Movie version of cats has been widely received as the cinematic equivalent of the arrival of the Hindenburg at Lakehurst New Jersey. Busy in one thousand nine hundred thirty seven joined now by somebody who has actually seen it and has leave thousand yard stare to prove monocle. Twenty fours Ben Ryland Ben. Ah How bad is it really. It's the kind of bad that you'll only see once in a lifetime and why I am actually quite excited Generally speaking android. I'm not one of those critics who delights indignant clause ha ha into things The critics do and there have been a lot of people especially all over twitter. Who are absolutely Louis just outdoing themselves in writing the most scathing review? That's not an art form. I enjoy however on this occasion. I'm willing to make an exception. Because of the thing is with bad films bad inept incompetent they usually just boring. It is quite special for film to be so bad that it becomes James kind of mesmerizing. Is that the kind of bad. We're talking about here. No and there is a problem there as well. So yes what you're saying is that we're not even a bad movie. No it's not it's it's a cl- it's absolutely a fascinating study of what can go wrong when you're talking about a massive David Studio film because as you say films that are legitimately legitimately bad a boring and dull and they go away quite quickly and everyone forgets about them I was riding a peaceful the globalist for this morning here on on on Monaco and I use an example of the snowman which is a film that came out in two thousand seventeen starring Michael Fast Bender it was directed by Thomas Alfredson. It had various Production problems scripts didn't work the short half the film it didn't realize until they went to editor though missing entire portions that that film doesn't work for the obvious reasons and that is a film that everyone has forgotten by. Now this is the cats is not that kind of bad. It's its own wound kind of bad because it's so the top. It's so strange. The idea from the very beginning was so bizarre to have humanoid cats that are going to be. CGI to look sort of real like real human cats is not like on stage. Where you know that there are people in in costumes? I mean you know the the kind of expectation when you have when you see something on stages that you are going to suspend your disbelief anyway in spectacle can be enough in itself. The film doesn't have that because it's made these people look like such authentic alien type mutant cat people that it immediately off putting the biggest problem cats has however aside from all Lasana as if it were just bizarre and entertaining it would be okay. The problem it has is that it's known entertaining. It's dreadfully dull. Everything is told in Song after the song after Song it spends about twenty five minutes of people. Just jumping around going well. I'm the JELLICOE COD on the jelly coca rhyming words with with jellicoe that's it. It's a really a long time to have a rhyming. Exercise that leads ultimately nowhere. The question I guess is could it have worked because on paper and I'm not a fan of the musical cats largely because I love that book old possum's book or practical cats as a kid. I can still recite yards from memory. It took years to be able to enjoy again. I'm having got the songs out of my head and the fact that it keeps coming back means I have to cleanse myself of this all over again but leaving my own prejudices aside what you have. He is is the template of a musical which is obviously popular the the soundtrack albums sold billions of copies. The musical is being a hit in cities all over the world. You had an enormous normal budget and a cast certainly not lacking in talent. We'll say away. This could have been turned into an enjoyable cinematic experience. Yeah and I think and I think most of us who left the cinema earlier this week were thinking of ways that it could have been improved and the list is as you might imagine quite long it. Certainly when you're talking I mentioned earlier. That stage and screen Different mediums. Now that is that cannot be Expressed enough because when you're on stage it is okay. Just be a spectacle. There are many musicals. That don't have a very strong storyline but it's okay okay because they are spectacular. Watch on the stage when you're in a theater it's a more intimate setting when you're at the cinema. You do need something to keep you drawn in so cats could have been better if they'd written a storyline and I don't just mean a stronger. Storyline I just made a storyline. needs to have something to keep it going thing for for two hours and it also needs to have a little bit more talking as well when you're telling the entire story of whatever is happening on on the screen and this is essentially a shall we say twenty different vignettes old cramped together but you don't really know they've in yet because it's just song to song after song to song the the only way to follow them is to know the lyrics and you can't follow every lyric to every song that's playing constantly at you so it ends up just being this big kaleidoscope of confusion Asian so yes they would have been many different ways to make this a better film. But I'M NOT GONNA come out with some sort of ingenious idea that they could have followed it really. Just this comes down to have a story and make it somehow
Dealing with fear and doubt as a podcaster
"Have been times in my life and there probably are some times in your life as well where you felt a little bit of fear before you hit publish. Maybe it was before for you. Publish that first episode and you wondered what are people going to think about me or maybe it's your most recent episode and you're thinking what if people don't like like what I had to say or have you ever maybe downplayed what you're doing with your podcast when you were talking with your co workers because you don't want to fully reveal what you're doing doing and not for legal reasons just because you're not comfortable really revealing that because you're afraid people might see you differently all of those things have impacted me at one point or another. And if they haven't already it's possible they might impact you today. I'm going to share how I worked worked through it in the beginning. What I'm doing about it now and also six things that I have because I kept moving forward so I'm GonNa take you back back to two thousand fourteen when I was starting the engaging missions show and I had found a person to help guide me through the process of getting started of starting my show? However I'll tell you right now before I hit publish on that first episode? I had a lot of different fears going on in my head things about about. What would people think when I sent him an email and said hey check it out? I just started podcast and they might wonder. Who are you too? Have a podcast on this subject. It it was A. It's a show where I interview missionaries and Church planters. I've never been either. So who am I to publish a podcast about that. Or maybe they would think that I was is too uppity or maybe they would think that I was. I don't know being somehow divisive or should have asked for permission or any number of things and I'll tell you what I did is exactly the same thing I do today. I considered what was going on. I kind of dealt with the fear a little bit let myself feel it and then I just did it scared. I just hit publish and I thought well if there's a lot of pushback and I don't like what happens. I can always remove it. I can always delete it. And that's how I did it so I did that for the first episode and then the second episode came up and I was a little bit concerned concerned but I did it scared and I did it scared and I did it scared. And eventually it became less scary and then I started changing the way I was doing my interviews and the first time I was a little bit scared so I kind of felt my way through it and then I did it again and I did it again and did it again and that has been how I've been able to keep going with the engaging missions show that's how I launched this podcast. It's also how I've been able to do other things in addition to this podcast. I I also have a youtube channel where I put up. Tutorials is focused primarily on things related to Hindenburg journalists. Because that's the software that I use and and I like to make it easier for people to use that software and it was that desire to make that accessible to people that led to that. I also have a Hindenburg users group on facebook it's an unofficial group. It's just something that I started. I didn't ask for permission. I just thought well. If there's any pushback I can always remove it and stop and there hasn't been in fact. The folks at Hindenburg have been happy to have that. They're so I'm happy to continue that. I also consult what people if they in fact. I've got something set up for later this week to talk to somebody about Hindenburg in about Isaac Tope. RX7 about is it tope ozone about plug ins about all that Kinda and his stuff. And the first time I did that I was scared. I also edit for clients. The first time I did that. I was scared. I also help people launch their podcasts. I I was scared when I did that the first time as well but every time I've done this I've gotten better and it's gotten easier to work through that and now because of that. I have this podcast. I have a youtube channel. I consult. I have a Hindenburg users group. I offer editing and launching all because I was able to move move forward scared and you can do the same same kind of thing
Werner G. Doehner, the Last Hindenburg Survivor, Dies at 90
"The last remaining survivor of the Hindenburg disaster has died and then falling on the morning done there was the only person left of his sixty two passengers and crew who survived in nineteen thirty seven fire that killed his father his sister and thirty four others two years ago Donner told the AP that his family was returning from a vacation in Germany when the giant Zeppelin burst into flames of Lakers New Jersey he says he only survived because his mother through him and his brother out of the ship before it burst into
"hindenburg" Discussed on Curiosity Daily
"Therapy and right now popular mathematics writer and Cornell University professor. Stephen stroke stroke gets is back with more on just what makes calculus so special. I somehow made it through college with a Bachelor of Arts and never took a calculus class at trigonometry Summitry Geometry College Algebra couple times just for fun because you know but I never got to calculus. It seems to me that there was something different about it. Something you know. Entire ways of thinking about numbers and equations that's kind of separate from other disciplines of mathematics Am I right about that. It yes yes you are right. It's it's separate in that things become dynamic. Calculus is the first place where you can cope with things that are moving around that are changing that are in flux and we all know that we live in a world in flux our own lives are changing all the time that we certainly see the weather and the environment before Calculus Silas. Math didn't have the tools it needed to cope with change except in the very very simplest case of change which is embodied by a mantra. We might all remember from high school distance sequels rate times time. That's Algebra's version of trying to deal with change and it's for a say a car driving down the highway at sixty miles an hour if drives for two hours then go sixty times to equals on. Twenty you know. Distance Equals Rate Times time that works when when something moves at a constant rate or in that case in a constant speed but when rates start to change or in general when the thing that's changing is changing in a changing way. If you see what I mean like when a planet goes around the sun it goes fast and whips around the sun when it's close but then when it's far away in its orbit it slows down or think of a ball you you know. Say a javelin in flight or you've thrown a ball like a football you know maybe a quarterback throwing along bombed down the field to the wide receiver. The football ball is going up and then it sort of hesitates near the top and then it speeds up as it comes back down the speed of the ball. As flying through the air is not constant distance equals equals rate times time does not describe the the Ark and the trajectory of a football or the trajectory of the astronauts going to the moon or pretty much the trajectory of just about anything nothing else in the real world for for real motion on our planet or an out in the universe. You Need Calculus. Algebra is just not up to it for things that move you need calculus. Sounds kind of important you can learn more about why calculus as cool in Stephen Strasburg newest book infinite powers how Calculus reveals the secrets of the universe and the title of that book begs the question. I'll ask him next week. Can Calculus solve the secrets of quantum mechanics. Stay tuned for next. Monday's math refresher to find out. So why are we so excited about the stories in today's episode. Well we got one. More reason why distractions are bad for US seriously Ashley. This is lake a way bigger problem. I think in a way bigger. Social issue than people realize is distractions. I think we're all just walking around so distracted all the time. Especially if you're walking around a city like Chicago seeing pedestrians and drivers who are constantly glancing at their phones. While stuff's going on around them. It can get pretty dangerous. Yeah and trying to eliminate distractions is easier said than mature. But at least we're giving you to think about it. Speaking of thinking about things. I thought it was interesting to hear about what exactly happened within. Enberg yeah and I like to imagine an alternate reality. Where the HINDENBURG disaster astor didn't happen and the future is just full of these high tech airships I will say there's an episode of the TV show Archer the cartoon where they go on like a luxury? The era vessel is so funny. It's like one of my favorite episodes of that show because keeps insisting that the whole thing is going to explode explode even though this ship is actually using helium and everyone keeps saying that the whole episode. Helium is not flammable. So good check it out. We also learned for real motion. You've got to use Calculus Algebra just isn't up to snuff. Stories were written by Ashley Hammer and Steffi Drucker and edited by Ashley Hammer. Who's he's the managing editor for curiosity DOT COM? This podcast was scripted. Produced and edited by Cody. Gov Join US again tomorrow to learn something new in just a few minutes.
"hindenburg" Discussed on 1,000 Podcasters
"Hey what's going on. I hope that you're doing well today I'm GonNa show you how to save as much as fifty percent or maybe even more of the time that's involved in exporting A file from HINDENBURG. I use HINDENBURG journalist pro sometimes it can take a while here's a way you can save yourself some time what's happening castors and Hindenburg users this is a combination normally. I do youtube videos for Hindenburg and podcast episodes for general podcasting things be a little bit of both so for those of you that WanNa Watch along there's GonNa be a youtube video that you can watch or those that have preferred listen on the go one thousand podcasters is the podcast you can and that at one thousand podcasters dot com so here this is a an answer to a question that came to me a day or two ago from another Hindenburg user and I'm gonNA share with you what was going on why I think it happens and what I do to fix this so that you can do that kind of thing as well if you'd like to watch this kind of thing definitely recommend the video if you prefer to listen and you can learn that way just find there's really nothing that you have to actually see 'cause I can explain all of it but if you like to watch that's absolutely fine I totally understand that so here's the deal new Hindenburg user who was a an established audio editor she he's worked with a number of other tools and he noticed when he exported his file it took a lot longer than he expected I think it was an hour and eighteen minutes to render the file which is pretty long time I totally understand why why he was frustrated and why he had some questions so I totally get that and I'll explain to you why this happens Hindenburg just like any other audio software can export a file that does the mix down sends all that stuff out and anders that file which is absolutely what you'd expect but the cool thing about Hindenburg is that it can also mix that filed down to a specific loudness so if you about a podcast you're listening in the car you want it to be at a certain loudness level and the Audio Engineering Society has set that target based on what they call Luff's get into technicals of that but you can automatically set your file to match a loudness target for broadcast TV broadcast radio you can set it for podcast and you can set it for a number of different targets and Hindenburg will automatically matt mix it down and set it to match that loudness target which means applying compression and limiting and doing all kinds of stuff behind scenes so that you get exactly what you want when you publish your file great thing but the way Hindenburg does that makes total sense they sort of render the file in memory if you will and I don't know all of the technicals behind this so if I'm if I'm not technically correct on this I'm explaining how I see it happen but the reality is going mix down the file wants to understand what the peaks and the valleys are with the loudness is as the file was saved so after you've applied all your facts you've done all of your mixing everything in you've done all that stuff it's GonNa mix that down and figure out what the loudness is and what it needs to do to make that file match the loudness target the you've told it to do and then when when it's figured that out is going to mix down the whole file again and apply the additional effects to make that target loudness so in this particular case if it took an hour for that file to rent or took an hour and eighteen minutes for that file to render its re reasonable to assume that roughly fifty percent of the time was spent mixing it down the first time and then fifty percent of the time spent mixing it down again to match loudness target to export it and publish it or ply three tags or convert the file all of the things that go into that taking the the raw audio mixing it down and converting it to an MP three or whatever final right you're working in so that's what's going on is it's basically mixing the file down twice once to understand it and wants to make it match the loudness target and so for longer file that can take a while as an example right now I have open in front of me a the the upcoming episode of my show the engaging missions show and I've done all the edits and I'm getting ready to mix it down here's the work around because I found a way to save at least fifty percent of the time that's involved in this I'm going to miss this file down to a stereo file or a wave file and I'm going to tell the the software not to match a loudness target when it does that so when a mix that down my guess is it's GonNa take probably about ten to fifteen minutes for this filed and makes down I don't do that offline and we'll come back to it and then when I'm done mixing it down I'm going to bring that file back in and I'm a solo out the new tracks so that I'm only listening to that one gonna use that to do my final expert to loudness so that's going to be the process it's actually fairly straightforward but here's what I'm going to do the first thing I'm GonNa do is mixed this file down without matching loudness targets and in my case I'm an export I need to if you're watching on the screen I'm going to choose where I want it to go so but in a folder and the tell it to mix it down as a stereo wave an GONNA turn off my loudest matching so that there's no normalization and I'm GonNa hit save and it's going to render that file is probably GonNa take about ten or fifteen minutes I'm going to pause video and then we'll come back after that's done and see what I do next all right you're back and as you can see by the display I did slightly miscalculate how long it would take took nineteen minutes and fifty five seconds to do the mix down to be fair I did have some video editing going on background so I wasn't exactly being nice to my computer but if you think about it nearly twenty minutes for just the mix down a lot of effects applied complex stuff so I get it along but if I'd done this the traditional way were mix it down and then it makes it down again this would've taken forty minutes roughly two K. so we're nineteen minutes and fifty five seconds right now I'm GonNa go ahead and close his dialog box and find my way back to the beginning of the file S- actually kind of along file and then I'm GonNa go find the file that I just created the one that I just exported and unfortunately I moved around so let me find that again so here's my mixed grab that file and just drop it into my production make sure that everything looks relatively good so everything looks clean I've got a break here that's on purpose to don't worry about that a minute solo this track so that I only have that track and then I have a master track enabled Wissam effects on the master track go ahead and turn all those effects off these four effects are actually really processor intensive so that's why it takes part of why it takes so long so I've got that file I dropped it in all of it and I turned off the effects on the master track all of these other tracks that are enabled are going to be processed again because I've sold so that it's only processing this then I'm going to go to export that file again and this time I'm going to make it an MP three file and I've got a preset for exactly I want to go and then I just need to choose the destination if you're watching a long I'm just dropping it into a destination so I've selected the file format that I want that I'm GonNa hit save and you'll see that this render is GonNa take significantly less time than it took me to render the original it'll probably take about a minute or so what it's doing right now is analyzing the file just like we talked about when the when the line gets about to the fifty percent mark that it's going to start writing the file and I'm going to go hadn't pause the video here and we'll come back to it.
"hindenburg" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"Hey, Mario Lopez here. And I really hope you can check out my new podcast. Listen tomorrow. LTM definitely side of me that you've never seen before. So please, listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Hi, I'm eve and welcome to this day in history class a show that uncovers history one day at a time. Today is March fourth twenty nineteen. The day was March fourth nineteen thirty six at about three in the afternoon. A German passenger airship called the Hindenburg set off on its first test flight carrying more than eighty crew members. And passengers the Hindenburg was zeppelin or a Celinda coal rigid. Airship that contains internal guests hills. At the time ships were slow and passenger airplanes weren't advanced enough to carry people across the ocean efficiently. So it seemed like airships we're going to be the future of long distance travel. They were relatively fast and provided passengers with a modicum of comfort, but even though the Hindenburg traveled more than two hundred thousand miles during it fly time, the tragic disaster that ended the story of the Hindenburg also brought the era of gear ships to a close. Does eflin company started building the Hindenburg officially known as the Elles e one twenty nine Hindenburg in Germany in nineteen thirty one nineteen thirty five construction was complete and the airship was huge. In fact, it and it's Connor part. The ELLs e one thirty are the largest airships ever at over eight hundred three feet or two hundred and forty five meters and nearly two hundred and fourteen metric tons or two hundred and thirty six US ton. The Hindenburg had four diesel engines, and it was filled with seven million cubic feet of hydrogen gas in the air. Ships frame was made of door Lumine, which is an alloy of aluminum, copper and other metals German architect, Fritz alga Brighthouse degroot designed is interior in the Hindenburg were an upper deck in a lower debt. On the upper deck or the cramped passenger rooms that contain the most basic of amenities like bunks a wash basin. The public rooms dough were a lot more impressive than the passengers quarters. There was a writing room allows with the pianist in a dining room with a long slanted window running along the deck. Crews quarters a mess hall washrooms and a smoking lounge were located on the lower deck of the airship. But even though the Hindenburg had a rather cozy interior. There was a lurking problem hydrogen is highly flammable, and the airship was coated in third Mike, which is also flammable at high temperatures, but helium is not flammable making it the safer choice for passenger air travel. So the plan was to employ helium as the lifting gas for the airship, but helium was not easy to acquire in Germany, and it was expensive. Give 'em reduce the potential payload of the airship, the US had large quantities of helium. But there was a ban on exporting the gas. So the Germans returned to hydrogen hydrogen was cheaper and readily available and it was the best lighter than air gas that could give them the most bang for their buck. Besides they had to use hydrogen airships, plenty of times before without a problem. So hydrogen was and on March fourth nineteen thirty six. The Hindenburg was ready to make his debut the Hindenburg which was named after the Field Marshall in German commander who had appointed Hitler chancellor of Germany was vessel for Nazi propaganda. The name Hindenburg had not been added to the side of the airship yet but had already been chosen for the dirigible and it already swastikas painted on his tail fins. The flight had been scheduled for the morning, but it was postponed until the afternoon due to weather so around three PM the Hindenburg took his first test white a three hour and six minute trip over Lake Constance and the city of Friedrichshafen Germany over the next few weeks. The Hindenburg went on more tests flights and it left for its first commercial passenger flight on March thirty first when it traveled from Germany to Rio de Janeiro over the next year. The Hindenburg took many more propagandistic and demonstrative flights from Germany to north America, South, America and Europe. More passenger cabins were added and other. Changes were made to the airship structure. Passengers were typically wealthy as tickets for flights were not cheap by its last trip. The Hindenburg taken many successful flights carrying passengers mail and other cargo but on may six when the airship arrived in Lakehurst, New Jersey after being held up by thunderstorms for hours the Hindenburg caught fire it only took thirty four seconds for the whole airship to burn thirty six people died, even though many people survived. The Hindenburg disaster. The fire was the last straw after a series of devastating airship incidents the fire and the resulting media storm effectively ended zip Lynn's short, but Hetty time in the limelight. I'm Jeff coat in. Hopefully, you know, a little more about history today than you did yesterday. If you'd like to learn more about the Hindenburg listen to the episode of stuff you missed in history. Class called the Hindenburg disaster. You can follow us on Twitter Instagram and Facebook at T D H C podcast, thanks for showing up. We'll meet here again tomorrow. My name is Danny Shapiro. The host family secrets three years ago. I took a DNA test and this test meant to be a fun exploration of my family history turned up a massive family secret. I wasn't who I thought I was join me and my guests in the journey of family secrets listened to family secrets apple podcasts the iheartradio app or ever you get your podcasts. And if you want to read about my family secret, my new memoir. Inheritance is available. Wherever books are sold.
"hindenburg" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"But briefly in one thousand nine thirty three Germany's president Paul von Hindenburg named Hitler as chancellor hoping to appease the Nazi party as it gained power in the Reichstag, or that's the German parliament. And then when Paul von Hindenburg died in nineteen thirty four Hitler became president as well. As chancellor making him, the fewer or supreme ruler of Germany in a big part of his platform. Which was also a big reason for his popularity was his vocal vehement anti semitism. Choose had been living in what's now. Germany for more than a thousand years, and of course, antisemitism existed long before Hitler came to power. But it was really after nineteen thirty-three that Germany's started implementing a whole new wave of laws that specifically targeted the Jewish population. As part of a process of. Areas. -ation the Nazi party called for a boycott of Jewish businesses and by nineteen thirty five non Jewish businesses were announcing that Jews were no longer. Welcome there. As customers were also barred from holding civil service jobs, and anyone who was already in a position like that was fired. Then the Reichstag passed the Nuremberg laws on September fifteenth of nineteen thirty five these included the law for the protection of German, blood and German honor and the Reich citizenship law, these laws outlined German, racial policy, and they were rooted in the idea that Jews and Germans were different that Jewish blood was inferior to quote, true, German or area in blood, and that it was necessary to ban contact between Jews and Germans for the sake of racial purity on top of preserving the idea of the so-called, racial, purity, these laws were also meant to ostracise cheese and to speed up the process of forcing them out of German society. Hitler and the Nazi party wanted to make Germany Yudin Rhine or cleansed of Jews. Although legislators had already started doing research and drafting language for these laws. The final legislation was written over the span of just two days. And this was because Hitler ordered for them to be finalized on September thirteenth. So that he could present them at an annual rally in Nuremberg on the fifteenth, the Nuremberg laws banned Jews from holding German citizenship. This stripped them of the rights and protections that German citizens were entitled to under the law, and that it also excluded them from voting and from holding public office, both sex and marriage between Jews and non Jews were outlawed dues were also banned from employing German women under the age of forty five as maids the laws didn't define who was and wasn't considered Jewish when it came to marriage. So the Reich ministry of the interior issued a supplemental document outlining different rules for people's whose. Ancestry was half or quarter Jewish it detailed which populations were allowed to intermarry given how much Jewish ancestry. They had persecution of Jews in the right which had been going on through this whole time continued to escalate after the passage of the Nuremberg laws and a lot of people who had the means to do so left the country in March of nineteen thirty eight Germany annexed Austria, which put about one hundred eighty five thousand Austrian Jews under German rule in subject to the Nuremberg laws than on April. Eleventh nineteen thirty eight the government further tightened their definition of who was and wasn't Jewish. So called non Aryans were defined as anyone who was descended from non Aryan parents or grandparents people were required to prove their ancestry through birth certificates and family records before Germany annexed Austria about a quarter of the nation's Jewish population had fled which had created a refugee crisis in other nations. Most nations had immigration quotas in place, and in many cases, those quotas had already been reached even before Germany annexed Austria. So after the annexation other nations were really anxious about the possibility of so many more Jewish refugees. So in July of nineteen thirty eight a conference was held in Evian France to try to seek an international solution to this problem with the conference was completely unsuccessful. Although most of the delegates expressed sympathy for German and Austrian Jews. None of them offered to actually do anything about it. The Dominican Republic was the only nation that offered to relax its immigration policies to allow more refugees, and Hungary and Poland were both more interested in finding a way to remove their own Jewish populations than bringing in Jewish refugees. Although there were some individual diplomats, and philanthropists and religious and humanitarian organizations who were trying to help at the national level, virtually no..
"hindenburg" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"Hindenburg it's great. It's available online NPR has a very specific software that they use. It was designed specifically for them because of all their sort of strange needs that they have with people working across multiple times owns and around the world and being able to share documents than they had to be able to put their their written copy in in with the with the actual text in with the the audio. So you could kind of see the notes and all the rest, it's a very convoluted system, and when I left NPR, I didn't know any other audio programs that were out there in Hindenburg is the one that has come closest in terms of having the same. Keyboard commands 'cause I would get into final cut or some adobe audition. And I just would be tearing my hair out because I would hit like command D And needed to do something to do something. Different. And it was just driving me bananas. So I ended up finding Hindenburg through the recommendation of a friend and have really liked it are just dying to know. Why do they call it? That was because it crashes in burns or because it's great for the humanities. I just. No. That is a great question. I actually don't know why they call it that I did wonder about the name initially as this doesn't seem this seems like it might go up in. Flames was hidden Berta Tannock. I couldn't decide. Listing. Yeah. One of the three nice. And who does you music? I found or I was a guy was who was recommended to me. His name is rum. Teen are a Bluey. He is a producer and music person at NPR, and he was recommended by a friend of mine because he did independent composition and mixing on the side. And so I I reached out to him. And he was interested in Bigfoot. He had been since he'd been a kid, and I was just crossing my fingers that he was going to be available to do this podcast because I really felt like whoever was involved in it needed to have something of an interest in the topic to really really like make it sing so to speak. So you doing work with MPR how long so I read in your your bio that that will I guess exodus in the show notes for your own show the description it says you spent a year working on preparing for this. So. How did you make that leap? I mean is. Like, how did how did you decide to like go into podcasting? Is this your full time job? Now. Currently it is I left NPR in two thousand and twelve the very end of two thousand twelve and then I went to KPCC, which is the big NPR station affiliate in Los Angeles, working for southern California Public radio and was there for a couple of years. And then by then I was just really burned out on daily news. So I applied for a fellowship in environmental journalism at university of Colorado boulder, which is basically for mid career journalists to come and spend a year taking all the classes, they possibly want on science environment journalism, whatever you're interested in and they pay you to do it. It's the mice most magical experience you could possibly have. And you're right there in the rocky mountains in Boulder, Colorado, which is a lovely town, vulgar is beautiful. God. I love boulder. I now my friend Phil plate lives out there. The the Batta strana Mer. So okay nice. Yeah. So I I was lucky enough to live there for a year and then reality hit and I couldn't afford the rent staying in in boulder. So ended up coming to Denver. And I was doing freelance writing at the time because part of what I tried to do when I was at sea at university of Colorado was try my hand at print as opposed to doing radio just to see if I liked it..
"hindenburg" Discussed on New Player Has Joined
"Infinite Elizabeth uses the tears as she finds the help you out and make the situation better. And so we've curated a game called tear your way out of this one. We're going to give you normal situations all going to try to figure out how we would use a tear to make a lot more bearable for cells. Oh, this is so fun. Number one, much much lower. K. just don't ask me about the fucking alum one. You're at the alma. Number one, your boss catching, you come into work, late mode. You do carry away. Ter. So we'd open up at ter. We'd go back to the the day that our boss was born and kill it, and the moment that he's presented to his parents kill the baby. I don't believe you can because there's no time travel takes now. Two things and bring them in already for, for example, I would create a tear and then I would just invite a bunch of rabid animals into the office and close the door because then I leave and I'm like, he's got bigger things. Then me being late to work. I think we work at a slaughterhouse at their jobs. That would still we see a lot of death guys. A whole lot of death in our lives. Any who's? Yeah. No, I would or I would do something that would make my boss feel so bad for me that he wouldn't. He wouldn't fi likes credit tear and just have some huge punch shit Adamy. Maybe I'd create a like a giant like a UFC like Conor McGregor would just come in and kick the crap outta me so bad that like if he fired me, that would just that would. Electors I'd a tear and it would be my ex-girlfriend, handsome new husband would walk through. The look on my face and just all the all the regret washing over me. He shit your pants, you know, took take the rest of the buddy. I would just make the Hindenburg crash again. What's that over there. China plant explore, looks like the Hindenburg God. Eighteen and they made another one. Give us another number two being stuck in traffic who from LA and I like this one. Yeah, you gotta take it. Alex hasn't seen a car and just sat on the subway tracks three point out something because I lived in New York for like seven years. When I came back to LA I was like, I was literally going into reverse and it blew my mind that there were cameras in cars, like every single one with me. I was like, oh, I'm getting older to the point where technology's moving that far forward like now, cars world gone and got itself in Jim. I would open a tear like right in front of my windshield, and it would just be the movie king Ralph playing. He just wouldn't care about the tracks. I've just watched king Ralph and watch Ralph. Yeah. Solve the traffic problem, but it doesn't king Ralph obsolete movie about John Goodman, the entire Royal family dies every single person posing for a photograph. They get the whole real family that are posed for photographs, all the branches and everybody. Lightning strikes the entire Royal family of England, electric dies. So they have to go through Peter to John hurt. There's no reason why these guys are in this movie, but they like the cream of the British acting ground this movie, and they have to go through the genealogies and find the next air. And it turns out it's it's a beard drag living from Chicago at he flies over to England, becomes king of England. It's the fucking thing. And what traffic, what I would do. I would probably summon a wizard. Go pick, you know how this works. Wizards Sky City and go to a wizard convention. Go and this con- terrible, convince the wizards that I'm stuck in traffic and I need help. Good. We're talking about bioshock infinite and nothing ever be as complicated. I mean, they're story mid senses over. Time, travelling wizard convention plea. Very normal story traffic is what an hour max. Talking about days, I gotta like convince these wizards months, wizards. They're incorrigible. I'm gonna go ahead and say, opened a tear to just a giant whale that falls on every car in front of me and then opened another tear in that wheel is gone and then you drive over the smother cars. I Like like that. that. Yeah, like. And like, I don't believe you. Real. A cruise or something like whale-watching thing. There's never whales and whale watching this. Yeah,.
"hindenburg" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I think i can say that i was also involved in being part of the fauria after the wall came down thinking that these countries really wanted to be a part of europe and that they could be a part of europe but it was much harder i think in terms of the economic situation and kind of the facelessness of the european union and so what happened was and the countries that are now the biggest problem hungry hungry is a perfect example of this they felt that they had lost their a lot of territory after the end of world war one they were dissatisfied and they what is interesting i think they're the closest at the moment to really i don't call anybody a fascist by the way except the north koreans bet but i do think that there are very serious fascist tendencies in hungary where viktor orban's who has been prime minister has in fact a vilified anybody who's not an ethnic hungarian ryan he has found a scapegoat whose george soros who has is a hungarian and a jew and so he has said that he is the evil person by the way what is ironic viktor orban was one of the leading dissidents and he was funded by george soros to go and study at oxford which somehow he's forgotten but mostly what has happened is they have turned the immigrants into the scapegoats and so that is part of the problem and poland also frankly in terms of undermining what the judiciary is and again blaming others from the outside turkey is an example and by the way i think the thing that really comes out and reading my book is that mussolini and hitler came to power constitutionally in italy king a manual gave mussalini the power in germany hindenburg gave hitler power and the others that i talk about were elected in hungary there have been elections and in turkey john was elected and i think the thing to watch out for is that turkey i i've always been known as a turkophile but basically what happened was the turkey either had military coups or was run by a bunch of fancy people that lived on the other side.
"hindenburg" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Last reichstag election are over and the the tide is turning towards the nazis again so the campaign to convince hindenburg to invite hitler to become reich hanser then intensifies for the next two weeks their visits there's intrigue there's backstabbing schleicher and popping and gerring all the usual gangsters are meeting and crossing references and making promises to each other and it comes to the thirty first the last day of january nineteen thirty two we must say however that schleicher is now the chancellor at this point schlock guests thank you schleicher becomes chancellor for what a december like just a handful of weeks and and he no one believes he can hold onto the job accept him because he doesn't represent the majority in the reichstag and he's also moving leftward he calls himself the social general so he's going to move to the left on economic issues and and hold his great coalition of prussian militaristic socialists and people want welfare programs together and he's living in a dream world pop in and hitler negotiating and they're taking their negotiation to hindenburg so finally hindenburg will make the choice to tap hitler doesn't want to do it but he's out of options does hindenburg at that point recognize what he's acknowledging or is he talked into this is he having one of those moments where he's not competent he's probably still competent but the people around him you know the old peer pressure thing where people like popping and meisner and his son oscar are all putting the pressure on hindenburg you've got to do this and at this point who else is there to to put into power there's almost no one else he can turn to he's not going to turn the socialists or communists or these run out of catholic center people it's end von poppin is a is a no go and so this this deal is constructed not to give hitler ultimate power or total power but to buy him in box him in hitler becomes chancellor there's a new office created a vice chancellor for von poppin the.
"hindenburg" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"The scenes these in is kurt fun schleicher who is david classic prussian villain and he starts out sort of as a colonel and becomes a general and he becomes the eminent the gray eminence behind all the mechanisms of the late weimar republic he gets the ear of guys like groner and more importantly of president von hindenburg and he is the fellow who puts burning into office originally he puts him in he says article forty eight article twenty five this is how the president can rule this republic has none has before and then shall we get into how burning in other words he plays the audio and a othello is the hindenburg role in this particular instance he whispers in hindenburg zero because remember hindenburg has this kind of power he was the famous general to survive the first war was betrayed goes the meth in november of eighteen by the according to the hitler presentation by the jews according to the catholics he was betrayed by the monarch has everybody had somebody to everybody blames everybody the the war profiteers everybody betrayed germany otherwise it's impossible that germany lost how did this happen the allies never crossed into germany why did our army disappear those are the questions that are asked schleicher whispers to hindenburg that greenwich gotta go any also turns against brenning why well he turns against bruening because he's outlived their usefulness to schleicher hindenburg had said oh burling is the greatest chancellor since bismarck but but hindenburg hates democracy he hates elections he hates having to run himself even win he when he run wins them he hates elections and bruening could have brokered a deal where twothirds of the reichstag says we don't even need to have presidential elections again we'll just reelect the incumbent but it's this gets bogged down and the fact that hindenburg has to run again he resents this and then bruening has to go so schleicher works his magic glenn's bruening for the humiliation of having to run for reelection in nineteen thirty to remember that's a seven year term couple of details here because at one point david argues presents the case that burning is the german hoover the great engineer and we'll come to hoover one we turned fdr his opponent and the thirty two election bruening doesn't see anything coming remember he lives aesthetically he's a simple man who who turns away all glamor all.
"hindenburg" Discussed on WTMA
"The glue holding it together is paul von hindenburg he's the president he's been president since nineteen twenty five elected as a nationalist elected with ultra right wing support but in nineteen twenty nine that changes and in one thousand nine hundred eighty five the catholics a center left party now they center right party and the socialists the social democrats had opposed hindenburg but the the hindenburg is now opposed by the nationalist and the catholics and the social democrats are supporting him bruening is his man the chancellor his day facto campaign manager and this is to point the way that there's this great general washington and this greater general hindenburg hindenburg is extremely aged he has moments of not being present in conversations he forgets things he can even forget burnings name they're keeping him however because what does he represent for browning who does not believe he could live out another term hindenburg is the fellow who is ruling weimar at this point it's it's supposedly the most democratic constitution in in the world but it has a few time bombs in it and those are most primarily article forty eight and article twenty five article forty eight gives the president hindenburg the ability to rule by decree think executive orders boys emergency and he rules he gives order right like dictator and allow of course there's some checks and balances and the reichstag can overrule him but article twenty five says that the president can dissolve the reichstag at will at whim so he can essentially say to those delegates feeling lucky punk do you want to try overruling my executive orders because i will send you packing i will send you home maybe you will not get your seat back maybe you will lose all power all perks all railroad passes the whole kit and caboodle or bankrupt your party in the bargain there's an election underway right now march six one week later march thirteenth the reich's president the kindle burke post is opt for between hindenburg and the upstart adolf hitler a man who's probably his patronymics name was he'd later he comes from austria it's not even clear that he is a german citizen is eligible for the president they do some backroom dealing and they make it possible however on march thirteenth the people go to the polls to choose between the.
"hindenburg" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Analyst elected with the ultra right wing support let in nineteen twenty nine that changes and in nineteen twenty five the catholics a center left party naughty center right party and the socialists the social democrats had opposed hindenburg but the the hindenburg is now opposed by the nationalist and the catholics and the social democrats are supporting him bruening is his man the chancellor his defacto a campaign manager and this is to point the way that there's this great general washington and this greater general hindenburg hindenburg is extremely aged he has moments of not being present in conversations he forgets things he can even forget burnings name they're keeping him however because what does he represent for browning who does not believe he could live out another term hindenburg is the fellow who is ruling weimar at this point it's it's supposedly the most democratic constitution in in the world but it has a few time bombs in it and those are most primarily article forty eight and article twenty five article forty eight gives the president hindenburg the ability to rule by decree think executive orders boys emergency and he rules he gives order right like dictator and allow of course there's some checks and balances and the reichstag can overrule him but article twenty five says that the president can dissolve the reichstag at will at whim so he can essentially say to those delegates feeling lucky punk do you want to try overruling my executive orders because i will send you packing i will send you home maybe you will not get your seat back maybe you will lose all power all perks all railroad passes the whole kit and caboodle or bankrupt your party in the.
"hindenburg" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Fifteen or sixteen sexy year that's fine and a lot of teams would be thrilled to have that on the defensive line but for the giants cj just because you traded away jason pierre paul it does not mean to me that now you're in the business taken a defensive end within number two pick in this draft not where the giants aren't franchise actually right situation for giant and i really wanted to go for it go for those here's houston alternative if you really few ally has a few more years breath i try i've situation we have with nelson these guys like absolute stud the day today so a couple of the highlights that'd be honest she was not locked in an appropriate but what quinn nelson put on a show looks the part listen he has i mean anybody that you talk to you go back to the combine you go back to the end of the year you go back to food coming on this radio station they told you quit nelson has all the makings of a ten year old pro jon allen was the patriots qb magic the hindenburg itchfree cheap sling still sidebyside well here's the thing cj the only way and i'm not a fan of it the only sell me on taking quitting nelson is if you move down a couple of spots and you get something in return for one of these teams dying for a quarterback though i don't agree with it it's not what i would do i can't take quick nelson it till i can't oh that was very mike was the forty nine size being jets bad i know one thing that keeps popping up that's very intriguing that who's you could've eric read before denies don't seem to boy harvey was political views have a german james this guy is back on the suspect and the three dress sizes this guy is just as good as dispatch if he's healthy i agree with that and he's a ball hawk and he's a playmaker and wherever you put james on the field he's going to be all over the place and it's funny the miami dolphins who pick at eleven i don't think they're in need of a safety because they have reshad jones who i love they brought in tj mcdonald but i gotta be honest cj guy he's there i mean he made profile is like best available and you're right irwin james makes autonomous sense for john wage and you know john lynch.
"hindenburg" Discussed on KKAT
"Sza who soon bruce kim's trims all too gene now we don't have china wait to get into this unfortunate what are they tony it never well is sound a lot like a buffalo bill the donald said a lamb singing to clinch a clear i miss scary man i very the takes off later noah todd doesn't it never takes off honestly that was very nice isolated hindenburg fact try to get our garfunkle to come in on that and he would not he couldn't come out of his apartment got out is more likely harvey weinstein aretha franklin schifter she can sling a little bit creepy fanalert burns pizza my heart aubert an honor and um and our our our armor ahead of first and so listless larimore franklin affect a peace of mind din feeding lack oh kyomoon over blamed the woman possibly my yeah and ludi lin pulled off of turku's job one who so let me take a run it dortha mm.
"hindenburg" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"To import voter younger i'm doing it are we go over a are twin peaks dial murder mystery aboard be hindenburg with the central ending of the edinburgh actually after gunfire oh well what's interesting right so here arabi watching a show about a mystery its to a murder second place on the hindenburg and we know how it ends for everybody always we think we don't who venture everybody right maybe somebody escaped we we we weeded out perhaps it was the culprit michael stitch you somehow cape on hiv bought turned out that he i'm dying everywhere you are perhaps carry uh roll up to interpretation i'll you know i i like the twin peaks style where you're going for so it's like ills is a surreal take on something like this that the idea of it is surreal it up like a murder mystery aboard lindbergh where you know spoiler it goes down yeah yeah i i mean lower go with poland thought olie all point eight to be affected by you've got exactly propoor now i agree you know my favorite color like movie your book is one that starts like yang are making this up its it starts like this the is the guys in the jail cell they are i had to kill him i i just had to kill and so you know he's you know he did it you know he's guilty you know we got caught but it doesn't matter because it's not it's not a who done it it's a why they did it i love that so much more i love it and you could own all right be already hopping that we can all be empowered murder macri i could quashed right right israel you at wired never lightly die hard movies or movies like that because you know that the good guys you don't win like.
"hindenburg" Discussed on WRVA
"Bird your left or right with your hooding we'll today we're gonna talk about blended families and but first we want to talk about what's really going on out there and there's some there's wild and crazy stuff we asas sent than um in everybody's wandering this in this is call the hinden berg omen it's um some guy that an institutional adviser develop this thing the hindenburg omen which tells had things it can happen dealers big blip going to blow you know on a it was named after that is title was is a crash on the way oh god says it would be bad enough for the stock market of only the fable hindenburg allman predicted a crash that it's not predicting a crash but the technical market signals are there so and we're not advocating crash but what we are saying is it's always good if you're up you know sell celebrate that however go ahead and lock in somebody's gains at your experiencing and your portfolio's so you've got cash on the side in case the hindenburg allman says is gonna be a crass and incident crash actually greg and finding out through my clients a crash means different things to different people people can lose five percent that's the crash as a crash yet attah's thirty and forty percent as a class but as some people five and ten percent is a crash says the finger as actually that's why we have you know our risk profiles that we do because if you say answer these questions in certain way than obviously we're going to invest that way because that's how you con going to react when the market falls well interesting one the today's blended families but i've head yunan meet with husband and was alaa yeah and lower clincher belinda family so uh they had a case where the husband told me that the wife didn't know anything about investing and then when i met with them she said or you and experience version she with him maybe that should fit in the show last week on divorce because differences of financial wisdom or or in china enough lemon sometimes have insisting that man don't like i say and i feel instinctively that there's the.